Many companies offer a matching gift program for their employees. Often gifts from employee’s spouses and retirees also qualify for a match. See if your employer will match your contribution to double, or even triple by entering your company name below:
BECOME A MONTHLY DONOR
You can help The Floating Hospital help children and their families all year-round by joining The Tugboat Society, our association of sustaining monthly donors. All you need to do is click here to sign up.
HONOR SOMEONE SPECIAL
Giving to The Floating Hospital is a meaningful way to pay tribute to someone special in your life. When you fill out our online donation form above, please check where it asks you if you’d like to dedicate your gift. We will then follow up with a letter to the name and address you specify.
DONOR ADVISED FUNDS
A Donor Advised Fund (DAF) is a simple way to manage your charitable giving and help save lives by recommending gifts to The Floating Hospital for use in its programs and services.
The Floating Hospital does not directly manage Donor Advised Funds; however, DAFs can be established at many financial institutions or community foundations. The Floating Hospital doesn’t give individual tax advice, so please always consult your professional tax advisor on how a Donor Advised Fund might impact you specifically.
An easy way to recommend a gift is by using the DAF Direct form below. Simply state the name of your fund, list The Floating Hospital Foundation (the fundraising arm of the Hospital) as the designated charity and state the amount you’d like to give. Then click “Next” to complete your recommendation.
You can also choose to have any remaining DAF funds distributed to The Floating Hospital after your lifetime by naming The Floating Hospital Foundation as a beneficiary of all or a portion of remaining funds. If you choose to do so, please use the following legal name and tax identification:
The Floating Hospital Foundation, Inc.
EIN #: 30-0102842
A gift of stock is an easy and impactful way to support The Floating Hospital. It also offers you several financial benefits:
- You can easily donate appreciated stocks, bonds, or mutual funds
- The total value of the stock upon transfer is tax-deductible
- There is no obligation to pay any capital gains taxes on the appreciation
QUALIFIED CHARITABLE DISTRIBUTIONS (QCDs)
If you’re 70-1/2 or older, you can donate up to $100,000 per tax year directly from an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) to charities like The Floating Hospital.
Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCD), otherwise known as IRA charitable rollovers or IRA gifts, are a great way to support our work by allowing your dollars to go further: QCDs may be excluded from your taxable income and qualify towards your required minimum distribution (RMD).
If you’d like to make a QCD gift, contact your financial institution and ask them to make the gift out to The Floating Hospital Foundation and to be sure to identify you as the donor by name and address (we want thank you!).
The gift can be mailed to:
THE FLOATING HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
Attn: Samantha LaMont
Grand Central Station
P.O. Box 3391
New York, NY 10163-3391
A planned gift is a lasting investment in, advancing our mission and ensuring our ability to healthcare and other necessities to children and families living with homelessness, as we have done for more than 150 years. The Floating Hospital offers tax-deductible giving options designed to fit with your personal estate and financial plans.
In-kind donations provide our families with life’s necessities, representing some of our most important relief work. We accept new donations ranging from disposable toiletries, new toys and books to new clothes, shoes and outerwear. For safety reasons, we cannot accept used items or food and personal care items in opened packages. For more information or questions regarding acceptable donations, please contact Ann-Louise Lipman at email@example.com.
THE FLOATING HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
The Floating Hospital Foundation was created to continue a legacy of giving and close the significant gap between the Hospital’s operating expenses and its revenue from government and insurance sources. Consider joining this dynamic and generous group of philanthropists today.